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... miles from the Maine coast, we finally came out of the fog to a beautiful blue sky with a shore line of green spruce and golden rocks. We continued on to Bar Harbor but didn't get in until 5:30PM, so we couldn't clear customs. We found a town mooring for the night. About 9:00AM, we called customs only to hear that we would have to wait a couple of hours for customs officials to come from Bangor to clear us. We spent the time cleaning the boat and packing. ...
Drove 155 miles in 6 hours.
After a sleep in we managed to catch the 12.30 pm ferry. It was a hot, sunny day so the 10 mile journey across Lake Champlain was an extremely pleasant way to spend an hour.
The boat has been in operation since the 20's and was the interior was full of old photo's detailing the local ...
... when you need to pee!! While Big Agnes has sent out a new fly to me......the new body has been in mail limbo, because the time it took to get to a town drop....I had already left Kent CT. I just am tired of being wet, and my gear being wet. I have worked with Backcountry.com, and will be sending this tent back. I will be recieving a MSR Mutha-Hubba NX3 in the next drop. This was my first choice....but I foolishly gave Big Agnes a try - and got bit in the ...
... heal/foot and cannot hike now at all. The ride arrived at 9, by 9:45, we were back at the hostel! Miss Janet stopped by! She shuttled us to the store, and hung out for a bit. Late in the night, some ******* South Bounder kept everyone awake. The douche bag couldn't stop talking about how great he was - because he is hiking South. He also tried to sound smart.....but he had no clue what he was talking about...and got owned several times! He apparently hiked out at ...
... cutaways! We stopped at a covered bridge, riverside and a a beautiful waterfall - Sabbaday Falls, which had the clearest water we had ever seen - on a hot day we both just wanted to plunge our heads into it! We had lunch sat on boulders on the side of the river, watching the water rush by. Today truly proved that the 'selfie stick' was the best present ever (thank you Sarah) - we got so many good photos because of it! We then made our way to ...